5 More Reasons Why We Think Kinder Morgan’s Shares Will Collapse
publication date: Jun 18, 2015
“...the credit rating agencies have a lot to think about. Kinder Morgan’s investment-grade credit rating is in part supported by the firm’s ability to access the equity markets to sell its own stock. But its share price is artificially propped up by the incorrect application of dividend discount models that are using financially-engineered dividends, which themselves are in part supported by the debt raised from an investment-grade credit rating, which is then used to keep raising debt and growing the dividend…and so on."
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